After two years of remote sessions, the PDF Days are back for a hybrid event with a technical workshop and a conference that is also live-streamed from Berlin.
This year the PDF conference is preceded by a Deep Technical Workshop led by the PDF Association CTO Peter Wyatt.
The event is intended for developers and will focus on best practices for specification implementation.
Deep Technical Workshop agenda
PDF Days conference
Each day of the conference will start with a keynote.
The future: re-imagining the best possible definition of PDF
On Monday 12th, Peter Wyatt, PDF Association CTO, will talk about the future of PDF and how the specification should evolve to serve all its stakeholders.
Is Digital Transformation the end of PDF?
On Tuesday, Kenny Swope from Boeing will tell us how his company uses PDF and its role relative to Boeing’s digital transformation.
After the keynotes, attendees can attend the sessions from different tracks. This year, three tracks are available.
In this track, attendees will find sessions about PDF users’ experiences, good and bad, and what needs to be done to make the format better for everyone.
Sessions from this track focus on best practices for PDF implementation according to the various specifications. This year, you will learn more about tagging, printing, scanning, and more.
Core Technology track
Aimed at PDF developers, this track will cover topics related to deep technical presentations about optimization, compression, tagging, signatures, forms, and more.
Now let’s have a look at what we’re going to present at PDF Days.